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KRSF new exhibit photo
KRSF new exhibit

Kidrobot SF plays host to Friends From Forgotten Fairytales

A world of mystical beings ... well, at least custom toys based on that idea
May 06
// Brian Szabelski
Kidrobot San Francisco is playing host to a new exhibit that opens May 10 at the store (1512 Haight Street), called Friends from Forgotten Fairytales. Opening night is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Pacific, and includes some gif...
DCon 2013: Scott Tolleson photo
Also featuring Leecifer, Lana Crooks and Carson Catlin
A lot of artists had shared booths at DesignerCon, like they do at larger conventions, but Scott Tolleson might have taken the cake in this regard. Not only was he manning a booth this year, but Leecifer, Lana Crooks and Cars...


Custom Made Monday: For the love of BMO and soy sauce

My Little Pony, Wolverine, Dragon Ball Z, and more!
Oct 07
// Vanessa Cubillo
It's Monday once again, and that means it's time for another edition of Custom Made Monday. This week's roundup features more popular characters, as well as beautiful original creations. There's some great fan creations and ...
SDCC 2013: Dragatomi photo
SDCC 2013: Dragatomi

SDCC 2013: Dragatomi (Part 1)

A cavalcade of custom creations and other curiosities
Jul 27
// Brian Szabelski
It goes without saying that Dragatomi had one of the busiest booths in the designer toy section during SDCC. There always seemed to be something going on there (usually a signing) and if there wasn't, there were plenty of cus...

Custom Cavey sneak peek photo
Custom Cavey sneak peek

A look at some of the custom Caveys for Friday's show

Some are cute and cuddly, others ... not so much
May 29
// Brian Szabelski
This Friday marks the Custom Vinyl Cavey Show in London, and as a peek, we're getting to see the customs a little early. There are 41 customs that are part of the show, all of which have now been posted to the Hey Cavey blog....

Leecifer's Meltdown Sewer Creeps now available

Based on figure designed by Toysaresanity
Apr 15
// Brian Szabelski
Leecifer and Toysaresanity (a.k.a. Mikee "Coma21" Riggs) have collaborated on a colorway of Toysaresanity's Sewer Creep figure. Called the Meltdown Sewer Creep, Leecifer has given the three-eyed skateboarder a fiery colorway, with some splotches of radioactive waste on his pants and boots. If you're looking to pick one of them up, they're US$100 in the Toysaresanity shop. 

Check out Leecifer's Maleficent for Dragatomi's new show

Aug 13
// Natalie Kipper
Maleficent, the evil fairy from the Disney classic, Sleeping Beauty, is one of my all-time favorite bad guys. She's pulls off the green skin look much better than the Wicked Witch of the West, don't you think? For Dragatomi's...

Leecifer's Bat Bunny is the best Bellicose Bunny

Mar 15
// Kristina Pino
It might be my bias for all things Batman, but this is the best contribution I've seen for the upcoming event "Bellocosity: The Bellicose Bunny Group Custom Show" so far!  I'm not saying it for naught, either. Mister Joh...

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